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OFFICIAL JOURNAL or VEtMILIO. PARISH SCHOOL BOARD. ABEVILLE vi.. ... - .J-' ® -- ,2.
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FORD RUNABOUT FORD ILE-TON TRU.I ;;_ • 1O D TOUIRING CAR
An Announcement To The Public:
At the close of this our first years tuisness in the Parish, we desire to thank our customers
for their valued and appreciated patronage.
With the object in view of the convenience of our cus:omers, we conc!;uJed some time ago that there should be
representatives of Ford and Fordson Sales and Service at bcih extremities of the Parish. The Ford Motor Company
approving our plan, we have divided the Parish between ourselves.
The Wood Motor Company will be pleased to take care of your wants at Abbeville, and
the Renshaw Motor Company will be pleased to do likewise at Gueydan.
Wood Motor Company Renshaw Motor Company
Abbeville, Louisiana. Gueydan, Louisiana.
FORD BEDAN _ FOR)SON TRACTOR FORD COUPE
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I mportant Notice
RICEGROWERS and RICEBUYERS !
Caldwell Bonded Warehouse
70 by 200 feet, on Erath Sugar Company's Switch,
IS NOW READY FOR BUISNESS
Issues nell. tiab)le wareholuse receipts on rice or other commodities in
S storage. lRea)onable rates. Our business is that of a piublic Warehouse
man operating under State laws and buyer and seller can meet here on
an independent tooting.
Has large storage capacity
Easy loading and unloading facilities
Railroad switch track full length of warehouse .
Call on or address
Caldwell Bonded Warehouse
Advertise and the World Remembers You..
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NOW TRAT THE HARVEST SEASON IS ON US AND
ABOUT TO OPEN VITH AN U± USUAL LABOR SHORTAGE,
HIGH COSTS OF MONEY, MATERIAL AND FEED CONFRONT
INC1 US ON ALL SIDES; YOU ARE NATURALLY CONSIDERING
TEE PURCHASE OF A TRACTOR; COMETHING LIGHT, YET
POWERFUL; DEPENDABLE AND SIMPLE, ECONOMICAL AND
EFFICICIT; SAFE AND EASY TO OPERATE; ABLE TO NEGO
TIATE ANY AND ALL CONDITIONS THAT ANY TRACTOR MAY
EE EXPECTED TO DO; MINIMUM INITIAL COST, YET SUFFIC
IENT TO INSUiRE THE PURCHASER AGAINST INTERIOR
MATERIAL AND UNLKILLRD LABOR IN ITS PRODUCTION AT
THE FACTORY, THEN YOU SHOULD CONSIDER THE NEW
MODEL K WALLIS TRACTOR IN WHICH ARE INCORPORATED
MANY SUPERIOR POINTS WORTHY OF YOUR MOST CAREFUL
AND CLOSE CONSIDERATION.
I. Your selection should include in its specifications a light Tractor
- -not over thirty-eight hundred pounds, yet strong enougn, at least
fifteen horse on the draw bar and twenty-five on the belt, to enable you
tc go in your fiel when the ground may not be entirely dry-such as
the Ivioaei K allis Tractor.
SI. Your seIect=cn should include in its specifications a mud and
duc proof u:a-i n:'. In theste faihes where the soil is ether wet,
rcqi.iring you to diiv.e your machine in the mud, or, wien the soil is
cr;, in a continuous cloud of dust, should select a machucl that has no
m .ing parts e:pcsed to the mad or ~st-such as the Model K Wallis
III. Your s:!ection should include in its specifications a motor
wicsa normal seeci is saficientiy low to avoid the usual wear and
su-sequent highi ccst of maintainance which usually accompanies the
purchase oi a high sjeed n:otor, yet suiiciently strong to do your
re: ircd work a; a tractor speed caj:'ale of making three miles or
better, and eq-ipped with incerchangc~able cylinder sleeves that may
be iecmdvCd an, i eplaced in two or three years if it becomes n.c ssary
to do so, instead of having to buy a new clyinder biock--s':h as the
E1Wvv Model Wailis iTractor.
i . Your selection should include in its specifications a tractor that
is alsolutcly Lie under all conditions, easy to o.-rate, one that any
man can operate whether he has had any previuLs tractor experienec
or not and yet able to make all grades that a tractor n:ay be expected
to do-such as the Modcl K Walis Tractor.
V. If your section requires the abiove mentioned sncifati tions
we would be glad to have you cali at our sales room or h,'..xe 217, and
we will be very glad to pr've. to your own satiseactior that we have
the :'ractor that ..ca are cLng fo: and that yo. ha ,- bcn thinking
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